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Slow Wing â€“ an Australian satellite workshop of the Uncivilisation UK Festival
Byron Bay, 17th & 18th August 2013
Latorica in collaboration with The Dark Mountain Project present Slow Wing, a weekend workshop of storytelling from the deep.
Led by transdisciplinary artists Ilka Blue & Cherise Asmah, this will be an intense exploration of cultural and biological extinction as we search for ways to belong and adapt to a changing world. The workshop involves 2 full days of storytelling, walking, writing, deep ecology & creative practices that will conjure old & new stories of dying, death, belonging, place and mythologies of this land.
Slow Wing is free of charge but places are limited to 25 and will be offered through a registration process. For a registration form or enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org More details www.latorica.net
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